Hello and welcome to LinuxQuestions,
You'll need to provide a lot more detail concerning your problem if you want us to help you out. The title you used doesn't say anything about your problem and thus it doesn't draw any attention to it. Tell us what you've done, what errors you're encountering, what you are trying to do, commands, logs, error messages, as much information as possible.
Also, since you indicate you're using Red Hat, I'm assuming you paid for a subscription since Red Hat is NOT free. Because of that fact you are entitled to Red Hat support which means you can contact them and put your money to work. That after all is what you've paid for.
Looking forward to your participation in the forums. Have fun with Linux.